Veerasaiva Vidhya Vardhaka Sangha's
Rao Bahadur Y Mahabaleswarappa Engineering College

(Formerly Vijayanagar Engineering College)
Cantonment, BELLARY-583104 (Karnataka)
Affliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belgaum
Phone: 08392 - 244809
Fax      : 08392 - 242148
Email : principalrymec@gmail.com

News & Events

With reference to the VTU circular (Ref No: VTU/Aca /A6/2014-15/2249) dated 17/06/2014, the nomenclature of B.E ‘Instrumentation Technology (IT) ’has been changed to B.E ‘Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering(E&IE;)’ with effect from the academic year 2014-15. Further this is applicable to the students taking fresh admission from the academic year 2014-15 onwards.


The Project titled WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK BASED QUALITY MONITORING SYSTEM USING ZIGBEE guided by Kotresh S, Associate prof, Dept of IT, selected for KSCST - Exhibition under 37th series of student project program 2013-14 @ BVB College of Engieering & Technology, Hubli on 25th and 26th July 2014


Computer Science research center organizes two day National Connference on Soft Computing and Maching Learning on 8,9th August 2014


Two Students of MCA got Selected in "Claydontech Solutions" for HCL Technologies in Campus Placements held at RYMEC on 2nd August 2013

Contact : Sri K. Raghavendra Prasad,M.Tech
Coordinator MCA
Mobile: 9448035570


KNOWLEDGE CENTER

Knowledge Center

Knowledge Centre is established along with the parent institution in the year 1980 with prime objective is to support the parent organization programs. It is having independent, functionally designed building and it is a colorful feather in the cap of the college. The physical place of the Knowledge Centre is in the ecological climate and convenient accessible to the different group of library users.


The mission of the knowledge centre is to make its resources available and useful to academic community and sustain and preserve a universal collection of knowledge and creativity of future generations.


The quiver of the knowledge centre enfolded e-library and integrated with regular class room learning through campus network for supporting to enhance the body of knowledge. It is also fostered the distribution units at the departments for timely access of needed information at work place. The knowledge resource of the library is a soul and oxygen for healthy development of education excellence


Knowledge Centre’s Core System is automated with SOUL Software for housekeeping operations. It is collaborated with national information network agencies for developing sharing culture of e-resources and database.

LAWS OF LIBRARY SCIENCE

  • Books are for Use
  • Books are for all
  • Every Book its User
  • Save the time of the User
  • A Library is a Growing Organism
--By
Padma Shri. S.R. Ranganthan

VISION

Building the Knowledge Centre as
“State of the Art”

MISSION

To Support the Parent Organization’s teaching and learning process for enhancing An Academic Excellence and for developing the Users as Self Learners and Life Long Learners for sustainable development.  

GOALS

Knowledge Centre integrated its Goals and Objectives with its Strategic Plan.
  • To focus on Users’ Centered Value Added Services
  • To design and develop the Cost Effective Service Packages
  • To Enhance the Efficiency of Library Process System
  • To Motivate and Encourage the Library Staff to update their Knowledge and Competencies for readiness.
  • To safeguard the interest and benefits of the stake holders


OBJECTIVES

SMART Objectives are framed for achieving the goals through holistic and robust approach to improve its performance and service quality.
  • To create Eco-Friendly, Eco-Efficient environment and facilitate to Access and Usage of knowledge contents
  • To develop the Global Standard Information Collection
  • To conduct awareness orientation to the Users, about library sources and Services and Searching Techniques
  • To “Collaborate” with National Information Network Agencies for sharing of knowledge contents
  • To integrate ICT system with library system for providing Just In Time (JIT) Services
  • To encourage the library staff for higher studies, workshops, conferences and seminar



FACILITIES

Working Hours

Reference Section 8.00 am to 8.00 pm
Periodical Section 8.00 am to 4.00 pm
Lending Section 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Carpet Area : 970 Sqm Seating Capcity : 150 Drinking Water
Xerox
First Aid

SOURCES AT KNOWLEDGE CENTER

Knowledge Center
JOURNALS
Number of Print Media : 96
No. of E- Journals Packages: 09
Packages (IEEE, ASCE, Springer (Electrical, Electronics &CS;), Springer (Mechanical), J Gate (GET) , J Gate (Management), Access Engineering Library ASTM Digital Library and EBSCO
BOOKS
Number of Titles of Books       : 8,712 Number of Volumes of Books : 1,20,018 No. E-books : 338

Services at Knowledge Center

Knowledge Center
Reference Service
Referral Service
Reprographic Service
Lending Service
Inter Library Loan (ILL)
Search Service
E-learning Service
OPAC Service
Book Bank Service
Question Bank Service


IN HOUSE USERS

Number of Staff Users : 301 Number of Student Users U.G Programmes (B.E): 2750
P.G Programmes : (ME, MBA and MCA) : 240
No of Research Scholors : 10

PROCESS DRIVES

The following Drives incorporated with Core Knowledge Process System of Library as inputs for driven of Holistic and Value Added Services.
  • Standards & Norms of AICTE, New Delhi
  • Standards & Norms of VTU, Belgaum.
  • Prescribed Syllabus of VTU, Belgaum
  • Books Selection Tools (Publishers /Vendors Catalogue)
  • Code of Classification: Dewey decimal classification (DDC-21edition.)
  • Code of Cataloguing: Anglo American Cataloguing Rules-II (AAC-II )
  • Library Management Software: SOUL software (developed by INFLIBNET, UGC, Ahmadabad)
  • Library Manual & Guides
  • Users Awareness Orientation : (about Library Sources, Services and Knowledge Contents Legal Issues and Searching Techniques)
  • Motivation to Employees for readiness
  • Library Users’ Feed back (for design of Value Added Services )
  • Library User Care (Sympathy and Empathy)
  • Best Practices (Key Quality Indicators)

Process Controls

The following Process Control Techniques are adopted with Core Process System of Library as measures for Strengthening of Knowledge Centre
  • Regulatory Control System (Rules & Regulations)
  • Budgetary Control System (Allocation & Utilization)
  • Information Pollution Control (Discarding & Proper Shelving)
  • Inventory Control System
  • Strategic Driven Control Devices [Identify Critical Success Factors (CSF) for developing Key Performance Indicators (KPI)]

About Librarian

Librarian
GURURAJA, ADONI
Senior Librarian


 

Mission

To enhance the knowledge and skills of the students in all theoretical and practical aspects and to contribute significantly towards the creation of a strong technical workforce that would bridge the gap between industry requiremnts and academic orientation

VISION

Realize the potent talent and develop human resource capital in technical education. Facilitate maintenance of core competency in accordance with industry standards. Meet the persistent demands of the industry against the background of rapid industrialization of the Bellary District. Develop specialized expertise and sophisticated instrumentation in technical areas.